Posted on April 16, 2023 by Patricia
It’s now possible to imagine how the public realm will look when finished. Going up in a very high crane over the Thames wearing a life jacket enabled getting a great three quarter view of the site, with the magnificent Chelsea Hospital behind! Almost looks like a painted backdrop! Joseph Bazalgette unveiled his vision for […]
Posted on February 18, 2023 by Patricia
Latest Aerial views of #Tideway sites along the Thames. I fly by helicopter to photograph all 22 sites along the river. The Victoria Embankment site is one of the most visible and of course, one of the most photogenic. Work is underway to create a new public realm area along the embankment where Londoners can […]
Posted on July 27, 2022 by Nick
Before and after photos at Farringdon Station on the Elizabeth Line…building one of the escalators. Two photos showing the construction, were taken in 2016 showing the “formwork” moulds in the building of the escalator. It seemed massive to me then! Now with he recent opening it looks sleek, clean and a joy to use. Civil […]
Posted on February 16, 2021 by Patricia
During my visits when working taking photographs for The Thames Tideway Tunnel, I come across some wonderful characters! They work long hours in some challenging weather conditions, but always seem very happy. This tunnel will travel through the heart of London at depths of 30-60 metres and will be 25Km long. Slingers, carpenters, crane […]
Posted on February 08, 2021 by Patricia
Patricia Rayner standing beside her image of the Thames Tideway Tunnel on display outside Tideway’s Blackfriars site, one of the biggest construction sites on the Thames. This amazing tunnel under the Thames when finished will be 25Km long. They are totally awesome, but are long…I know I have to walk a long way sometimes! […]
Posted on January 09, 2020 by Patricia
This TBM is being re-assembled at Greenwich Another TBM in action below. The amazing tunnel under the Thames where the TBM has passed.
Posted on November 09, 2014 by Patricia
Image 2 was invited to document certain aspects of the construction of the Kings Cross Station Upgrade Project. A few examples showing the vast area inside the main concord during construction and how it looks now.